This burl snuff bottle is in the shape of a Mongolian flask. It is large-ish, has coral stopper, and is banded with metal. The inside is well-hollowed. Very good patina and condition. H 7 cm W 7 cm. Probably dates from the mid-19th Century. It comes with a wooden stand for display purposes. Stand by Hong Kong master Wong Oi
pair of well carved flower stand This is a pair of beautifully crafted Jichimu (chicken wing wood) flower stands they were made in the late Qing dynasty They are a matching pair The wood is old and slightly brittle: we have taken very good caré of it Beijing’s dry climate. each of the 4 sides has a dragons carved into them. The condition is very good. Each leg is finished off with a stylized horse hoof we will send measurements in a day or so: h is 90m cm and width is 40 x 40
This pair of wooden slippers is modeled after the actual cotton ones still produced and sold in new
Beijing by Neiliansheng Its main store is still in the
Qianmen district of Beijing, not far from the heart of Beijing. Shoes generally represent children, what do these suggest?